Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives Jasper National Park

400 Bonhomme St., Jasper.

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780- 852-3013

Year round .

About Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada

Registered as a a non-profit, charitable organization in 1977, this Jasper museum was established to preserve the human history of Jasper and Yellowhead , local landmarks of historical interests and promote an appreciation of regional heritage.

What to do at Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives?

Things to do at Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives

Explore the main Fred Kofin Historical Gallery :Learn about the development of Jasper through the exhibits and display boards that details the development of fur trade, the railways and founding of the the Jasper National Park.

See the thousands of artifacts and photographs pertaining to the early community life and role of first Nations in the development of Jasper.

Discover the exhibits by local artists and photographers and seasonal historical exhibits in the Showcase gallery and Alcove gallery.

If you are interested to dig deeper into the history of Jasper, spend time in the extensive archives section.

How to get to Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives?

Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives Location & Directions

To reach Jasper Yellowhead museum turn onto Bonhomme Street from Pyramid lake Road or Miette Avenue and is situated near the Jasper Aquatic Centre.

For the map, click on the google map tab. GPS coordinates : 52.878982,-118.086017

How much to visit Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives?

Jasper Museum Admission rates/fees/prices

Adults: $6.00; Students/Seniors: $5.00

Family: $13.00; Children 5 and under: Free

Coupons : 15 % discount for AAA / CAA members and HI members.

Anybody with an Alberta library card can get free admission to the museum after borrowing the family museum pass from the Jasper Municipal library.

When to visit Jasper Yellowhead Museum and Archives?

Jasper Yellowhead Museum Hours

June – September | 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM, Daily

Late fall/Winter /Spring : October -May | 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM,Thursday – Sunday

Archives Hours

Wednesday | 9:00 AM am – 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM – by appointment only

How long does it take to see the Museum ?

1 hour.

What about Amenities, Accessibilty & Parking?

Parking available & Gift shop.

Wheel chair accessible.

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